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2020 NHL Free Agency: Updates and Live Discussion
Happy New [NHL] Year! Free agency kicks off today and we’re here to talk about it.
2020 NHL Draft Day 2: Carolina Hurricanes Draft Updates and Live Discussion
Whether they decide to pick or deal, it’s going to be a busy day for the Canes. We’ll be reporting and discussing it here, join us!
2020 NHL Draft: First Round Schedule, Draft Order, and Live Discussion
We’re virtually here for the 2020 draft, where the Hurricanes hold the 13th overall pick.
Storm Advisory 10/02/20: NHL News and Daily Links Roundup
Boat parades, the King is gone (but not forgotten), how to spend this beautiful fall weekend shopping a yard sale and supporting a food drive, and the most interesting man in the world (of Hurricanes hockey).
Storm Advisory: 9/25/20
Tons of interviews, trades, a call to action, and are you ready for back-to-back games in the Stanley Cup Final?
Storm Advisory: 9/18/20
The stage is set for the Stanley Cup Final, and a crazy number of former Hurricanes players and staffers were on the move and in the news this week.
Storm Advisory: 9/11/20
Welcoming the Canes’ new AHL affiliate (and our new beat writer), Q&As, NHL Awards, and Conference Finals updates.
Storm Advisory 9/1/20: NHL News, Daily Links and Scoreboard
The Bolts advance to the ECF, the Hockey Diversity Alliance presents a plan, CanesCast gets crispy, and a former Canes coach may be making his way back to the Metro.
Storm Advisory 8/16/20: Svechnikov Injury Update, NHL News and Scoreboard
An interview with Martin Necas, handling playoff game delays, a big opportunity for a former Canes head coach, and an epic rant about some of yesterday’s more colorful media comments.
Storm Advisory 8/8/20: NHL News, Daily Links and Scoreboard
AYFKM??? Chaos reigned in the NHL’s busiest day of playoffs-clinching action.